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Welcome to ePIC 2011, the 9th international ePortfolio & Identity Conference

Should everybody have an ePortfolio? How do ePortfolios contribute to the identity construction process? How do ePortfolios support the acquisition of 21st century skills? How do ePortfolios support lifelong learning, orientation and employability? Why are ePortfolio mostly still non-interoperable? To find the answers to these questions, and more, join us at ePIC 2011, the 9th ePortfolio and Identity Conference, 11-13 July 2011, at the Savoy Place, London.
  About ePIC 2011
The 9th International ePortfolio and Identity Conference (ePIC) brings together policy-makers, researchers, teachers, trainers, human resource managers and technologists. As a thematic event it allows an in-depth and broad exploration of the issues - and results in real outcomes. Past events have resulted in the creation of national and international networks, contribution to policies, contribution to standardisation bodies, establishing partnerships with other communities in the field of digital identity and human resource standards, transnational projects and numerous publications.
Call Calendar

 

  • 31 March 2011 – Deadline for the submission of abstracts.
  • 20 April 2011 – Notification of acceptance of presentation to authors
  • 1 May 2011 – Author registration deadline – to be included in the programme
  • 30 June 2011 – Deadline for the submission of the final version of long and short papers
  • 11-13 July 2011 – Conference
  • 30 July 2011 – Publication of the conference proceedings
Savoy Place
  Call for contributions
This page contains the full description of the call for contribution. It can also be accessed at http://tinyurl.com/24wgc5o
ePIC 2011 themes

ePortfolio, social networks, web 2.0 and identity construction

Identity construction, self-identity, self-representation, identity through others, collective identity, identification to/by others, personalisation, profiling, privacy vs intimacy, trust management, identity vs identification

ePortfolio in healthcare education and practice

Initial education of professionals, professional accreditation, continuing professional development (CPD) professional-patient relationships, quality of service, learning communities of patients, self-help groups, patients as learners, personal health records as 'healthcare ePortfolios', communities of practice, early warning systems and outbreak detection, quality of service.

ePortfolio in initial education and lifelong learning

Multiple literacies, multiple intelligences, digital literacy, creativity, reflective learning, self-directed learning, personal development planning (PDP), lifelong learning, learner retention, learning communities, informal learning, authentic learning, learning management, storytelling, learning journal, personal competencies,  key competencies, 21st century skills, professional identity, self-concept, multiple identities, cultural identity, individualised pathways in and out of institutional, workplace and community learning environments.

ePortfolio in assessment and accreditation

Authentic assessment, assessment as learning, assessment quality control, audit, audit trail, transparency of qualifications, recognition of learning, accreditation of prior experience and learning, qualification frameworks.

ePortfolio in employability and organisational learning

Reflective practice, professional identity, communities of practice, collaborative learning, organisational learning, knowledge management, SME ePortfolios, employability skills, recruitment, career portfolio, social reputation, mobility, migrant portfolios, retirement portfolios.

ePortfolio and identity policies and implementation

Pilot projects, large scale projects, scalability, organisational policies, territorial policies, innovation, change management, maintenance, learning cities, learning regions, costs and return on investments.

ePortfolio and identity, technologies and system architectures

Next generation ePortfolios, ePortfolio authoring, ePortfolio management, Identity Centric Internet, Web 2.0, social computing, virtual worlds, avatars, personal learning spaces, relationship management systems, personal data stores, personal proxies, authentication, interoperability, federation of identities and services, trust, privacy, access control, ontologies, system architecture, digital rights management.

Registration and submission of contributions

Registration is done using our conference management system. Registration fee details are available here. Discounts are available for early bird registration, multiple registrations and members of EIfEL, CRA, IOS and the Kantara Initiative.

  • Authors & presenters: read the details of the call for contributions here and submit a contribution using our conference management system. A presenter / co- presenter registration code will be provided once you have submitted a contribution.
  • Delegates: for membership discount codes, please write to esther.linley@iosf.org 
  • Exhibitors and sponsors: details for exhibition and sponsoring are available here.

Your contacts 

ePIC 2011 contacts
General enquiries, registration Esther Linley esther.linley@iosf.org +33 3 8643 1343
Submission of contributions, review, etc. Serge Ravet serge.ravet@iosf.org +33 3 8643 1343
Exhibition and sponsoring Amy Marsden amy@recordingachievement.org +33 3 8643 1343

 

Sponsors

Internet of Subjects Forum Centre for Recording Achievement

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Partners

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